Manchester United will host Sevilla in the opening leg of their Europa League quarter-final on Thursday night at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils will enter the game fresh off a 2-0 Premier League win over Everton on Saturday afternoon, which reinforced their hold on a top-four spot in the table.
Erik ten Hag’s team will now try to clinch a first-leg advantage in Manchester ahead of the rematch against Sevilla next week.
Sports Mole brings you the latest injury and suspension news for Manchester United ahead of their match against Sevilla, who eliminated Fenerbahce in the last round of the Europa League.
Marcus Rashford is a serious doubt for the first leg of the last-eight tie due to a groin injury suffered late in Saturday’s match against Everton.
Luke Shaw missed Saturday’s game against Everton due to a hamstring injury suffered against Brentford, and he is a significant doubt for the European match.
Donny van de Beek’s season was cut short after he sustained a significant knee injury in January, with the Netherlands international working hard to be ready for pre-season.
Alejandro Garnacho suffered an ankle injury in the previous draw with Southampton and will miss this game as well, but he is expected to return in the coming weeks.
Tom Heaton, Manchester United’s number two goalkeeper, is still out with an ankle injury sustained during a recent training session.